The Scandinavian IQ Test


The largest Scandinavian festival is finally here.

You can find all sorts of traditional foods, clothing, and artifacts.

But how well do you really know your Scandinavian heritage?

Alexus Arthur quizzes herself in a specific IQ test.

“There you go, there’s Norway.” said Volunteer.

Put your mind to the test.

“It asks you to try and locate the countries, their capitals, bodies of water, also some fun symbols and landmarks that are in each of those countries.” said Kiernan Bullinger, Volunteer.

“It’s quite different from all other things.” said Trygvi Oaamistiv, Norsk Hostfest Guest.

“What about windmills? They are in Denmark, yeah!” said volunteer.

Some people walk up and know all the answers.

“We get to meet all different types of people; young and old, people that are from one of the Scandinanvian countries and then sometimes people that are just kind of experts.” said Bullinger.

And others need a few hints to find the correct answer.

“That’s a church in a very icy country.” said a volunteer.

“Did you know all the answers? No, not all.” said Oaamistiv.

“It’s just fun to learn with them too while they’re placing the magnets.” said Bullinger.

“Now it’s my turn to test out my Scandinavian IQ.”

“It’s kind of fun to see the different knowledge levels.” said Bullinger.

“I definitely know where Norway is, which is right here.”

“I know that this is the Norwegian flag so I know exactly where that goes.”

“I for sure know one more, It’s the Dala horse and that is in Sweden.”
“This is the most unexpected and most interesting thing to love.” said Oaamistiv.

So, how much do you know? Take the test and get your results. At the Norsk Hostfest, Alexus Arthur, KX News.

You can put your knowledge to the test in the Stockholm hall.

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